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Camden grad student earns fuel cell grant
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A former Camden High School (CHS) student is celebrating $25,000 in funding through the Fuel Cell Collaborative, a partnership between the University of South Carolina (USC) and the city of Columbia. David Chandler, a December 2012 graduate of the chemical engineering program at USC, will pursue his Ph.D. in January 2013 while working on his winning research project that will enhance disposal and recycling methods for spent fuel canisters with Trulite Inc. The “improved methods will reduce fuel canister costs and lead to increased market penetration,” according to a press release sent by Fuel Cell Challenge organizers.